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Mecca: From Before Genesis Until Now
Mecca: From Before Genesis Until Now

Mecca: From Before Genesis Until Now

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Galleon Product ID 16263192
UPC / ISBN 1901383075
Shipping Weight 0.26 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Manufacturer Archetype
Shipping Dimension 8.27 x 5.35 x 0.31 inches
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Author Martin Lings
Brand Brand: Archetype
Edition 1
Number Of Pages 56
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 2004-11-30
Release Date 2004-11-30
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Product Description In this, one of his last works, Martin Lings discusses the significance of the pilgrimage to Mecca, made annually by several million Muslims, in the light of the tradition of Abraham. Drawing upon his own experience of performing the pilgrimage first in 1946 and then in 1978, as well referring to the traditional sources, he considers the timeless spiritual meaning of the Hajj, which was proclaimed and established by Abraham and Ishmael and renewed by the Prophet Muhammad, in the context of its long history and comes to some surprising conclusions. From the Author Martin Lings (born 1909) studied at Oxford and was a pupil and then friend of C S Lewis. He went to Egypt and taught Shakespeare at Cairo University. He then joined the British Museum and was Keeper of Oriental Manuscripts from 1970-74. He has written many books and contributed to the Encyclopedia Britannica and the New Encyclopedia of Islam. About the Author Martin Lings (born 1909) studied at Oxford and was a pupil and then friend of C S Lewis. He went to Egypt and taught Shakespeare at Cairo University. He then joined the British Museum and was Keeper of Oriental Manuscripts from 1970-74. He has written many books and contributed to the Encyclopedia Britannica and the New Encyclopedia of Islam.